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A Letter From Fred – “Oh Sweet Lorraine” An Amazing Song Written by 96 year-old!


This is the sweetest and most moving story-song ever! There are no words I can add, this video says it all…
Your reaction means a lot so, don’t hesitate to send in your insight 🙂

Eat Pray Love’s Elizabeth Gilbert on Q TV


This is another author that was suggested by the same blogger as for the author Mary Karr.
I am posting this specific interview ( there are a few to choose from ) because
I found her views on marriage quite revolutionary and fascinating.

Her ideas seem very rational, sensible, balanced and pragmatic. I had read two years ago
her book ” committed ” and had loved it. This interview revived all the material stocked
in my memory.

I hope you’ll enjoy her clarity and brilliant perception.

Uploaded on Mar 22, 2010
The author of the monster-best-selling book ‘Eat Pray Love’ is back with a new memoir titled ‘Committed’.
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My delicious mother! 1988 ( With French original version as ” Ma délicieuse mère! )


worried...

worried…

Good morning!

Mothers worry too much. They waste so much energy worrying about everyone and anything on earth, it leaves little time to invite the good stuff going on, on this planet. Don’t you think?
Many years ago, I felt like having a tease at mine ( in a sweet way! ) and that’s what came out of it.
It’s something light to invite you to a cheerful new day! Keep in mind it has been translated, the French text will be included.
Enjoy!

My delicious mother!
——————-

You worry, you worry,
You always worry!
You are afraid, always afraid,
Every day is a pain.

Children are small,
They get sick
Finally they grew
But they should marry!

Finally! They marry
But will they have children?
They HAVE children
Who get sick!

Who grew…
Who marry…
Ah! What a life!
Full of worries!
________________________

Ma délicieuse mère!
——————-

Tu t’inquiète, tu t’inquiète,
Toujours tu t’inquiète!
Tu as peur, toujours peur,
Chaque jour est une douleur.

Les enfants sont petits,
Ils ont des maladies
Enfin, ils ont grandi
Mais, il faut qu’ils se marient!

Enfin! Ils se marient
Mais, auront-ils des petits?
Ils ont des petits
Qui ont des maladies!

Qui ont grandi…
Qui se marient…
Ah! Quelle vie!
Pleine de soucies!

I hope this will make your day a pleasant place to be. Keep in mind that this applies not only to mothers 🙂